🌱🌞 Our AgriPVplus demonstrator at Bernburg Campus was officially inaugurated last Monday! 🎉 We celebrated at the university site in Bernburg with many guests from politics, research, agriculture and nature conservation. Many thanks to Saxony-Anhalt’s Minister of Science Prof. Dr. Armin Willingmann for his greeting as well as the Federal Minister of Science Bettina Stark-Watzinger […]
🌱📚 Exciting News! Our Latest AgriPV Insights 📚🌱 Thrilled to announce a colleagues’ new paper in Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments! 🌟 🌿 Title: ” Vertical agrivoltaics and its potential for electricity production and agricultural water demand: A case study in the area of Chanco, Chile”🔍 Authors: Roxane Bruhwyler, Hugo Sánchez-Ortiz, Carlos Meza, Frédéric Lebeau, Pascal Brunet, Gabriel
Last week, our APOLLO team had the incredible opportunity to present our research at the European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference (EUPVSEC) in Lisbon, Portugal. 🌍☀️ Our team was well represented with contributions fromSebastian DittmannRalph GottschalgCarlos MezaZonghan JiangHugo Sánchez-OrtizHenny-Catharina Grewe und Patrick Wessel. #apollopvlab#EUPVSEC2023#photovoltaics#solarenergy#solarpower#MPV#agripvplus#biodiversity#EUPVSEC#agripv#reliability#solapv#reliabilityengineering Hochschule AnhaltTotalEnergiesNext2Sun AGenvia THERM GmbHPROMISEPV CAMPER – PhotoVoltaic Collaborative to Advance Multiclimate Energy
Letzte Woche hatten unsere Kollegen Zonghan Jiang und Hugo Sánchez-Ortizvom Anhalt Photovoltaic Performance and Lifetime Laboratory (APOLLO) der Hochschule Anhalt die Gelegenheit Erkenntnisse aus aktuellen Forschungsprojekten auf dem 38. PV-Symposium in Bad Staffelstein vorzustellen. Ein herzliches Dankeschön an das gesamte Organisationsteam für dieses gelungene Event und an alle Teilnehmenden für den spannenden Austausch! Last week, our colleagues Zonghan Jiang and Hugo Sánchez-Ortiz from Anhalt Photovoltaic Performance and
It was such a pleasure having our partners of the PROMISE consortium over at Hochschule Anhalt last week. The three days were packed with excellent talks, discussions and knowledge exchange. Thank you also to the colleagues from Fraunhofer Center for Silicon Photovoltaics CSP in Halle for showing us around their facilities.
Yesterday’s project meeting of the BIODIV-SOLAR project included a visit to two of our demonstration solar parks. In addition to presenting the first project results, we discussed the challenges and opportunities of biodiversity-promoting measures in solar parks and AgriPV systems. We would like to thank our partners EVH GmbH, envia THERM GmbH, TotalEnergies, Next2Sun AG, and SUNSET Solar for the